Lect17_bones_arm_part_1.notess - Lecture 17 Outline Bones,...

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Lecture 17 Outline Bones, joints and ligaments of the arm, forearm, and hand Distal humerus (review) Ulna and radius Elbow joint Carpus and wrist Hand and fingers
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Left Distal Humerus lateral supra- condylar crests medial supra- condylar crests radial fossa coronoid fossa olecranon fossa trochlea anterior posterior capitulum
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Left Distal Humerus lateral epicondyle medial epicondyle anterior posterior Arm, Forearm, & Hand
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the forearm is built on two bones: ulna and radius in the anatomic position, the ulna is medial and the radius lateral . the ulna does not rotate axially; cery stable elbow joint the radius rotates about the ulna to produce pronation and supination Forearm Bones anterior view of left forearm ulna radius
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Forearm Bones Features of the ulna olecranon process trochlear (semilunar) notch proximal radioulnar joint coronoid process radial notch Ulnar tuberosity
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Forearm Bones Features of the ulna ulnar head distal radioulnar joint Styloid process
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course KINES 202 taught by Professor Monk,susanvirgin during the Fall '06 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Lect17_bones_arm_part_1.notess - Lecture 17 Outline Bones,...

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